Doing What Your Role Demands
Coco Chanel once said, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” While the kind of advice to women has changed … Read More
Executive Presence: Time to Rethink the Archetype of Invincibility
At the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics last month, Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui won a bronze medal in the women’s … Read More
Being held by an open mind
At last month’s kick-off session for our Power2 Leaderlab, since it was the first in the series, we tackled confidentiality, … Read More
If New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work, What Does?
It’s that time of year. Redemption time. An annual tradition when we collectively make commitments to eat less, move more, … Read More
A Year in Review
Two weeks ago, we said goodbye to our fabulous and fearless cohort of 11 women leaders. The first Power2 Leaderlab … Read More
Why Doesn’t My Boss Get Her Act Together?
One of the toughest challenges you can face at work is tension with your manager. Part of the problem is … Read More
Developing Your Executive Presence
We see a tall person and we swoon So said Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Blink. He was referring to … Read More
Othering: A Leader’s Kryptonite
We’re executive coaches. Our clients are seasoned leaders and experts in their fields; many at the pinnacle of their … Read More
There’s Nothing Like Good Chemistry
There’s always an element of mystery (and a tinge of fear) when it comes to bringing a group of people together … Read More
What’s Love Got To Do With Feedback?
Of all the least loved tasks of a leader, delivering critical feedback is right up there at the top. Leaders … Read More